1. 52 years ferrying and still going strong. Mr Mole, who has ferried ... from East Mersea to ... and back for 52 years, takes a rest from cleaning his boat, ...
Date: 15 July 1933
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2. East Mersea Golf Club. The two Honorary Secretaries with the Challenge Cups - Mr Bishop and Barbara Mears.
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3. Opening of full 18-hole course at Mersea Golf Club.
Abe Mitchell (St Albans) putting on the 9th green, the new Club House can be seen in the background.
Date: 5 April 1929
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4. East Mersea Golf Club
Brigadier General R. Beale Colvin C.B. the Lord Lieutenant of Essex (in the centre of steps of new Club House) announcing the new ...
Date: 5 April 1929
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5. Reverend East of East Mersea with his family. Revd. East was at East Mersea 1957 to 1973 and West Mersea from 1957 to 1971.
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6. East Mersea Ferryman - Mr Horatio Mole of East Mersea who will shortly complete half a century of service as ferryman at East Mersea. He crosses at all times ...
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7. Surviving earthworks of the East Mersea Blockhouse Fort. Taken from the seawall looking south.
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8. The Blockhouse Fort at East Mersea.
Drawing: Cudmore Grove Country Park / Essex County Council.
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9. Paper on Mersea Island read by Dr Philip Laver at AGM of Essex Archaeological Society, page 2.
East Mersea Camp.
Date: 26 April 1923
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10. A structure that has appeared from the mud to the east of the Blockhouse Fort near East Mersea Stone. The stakes are substantial - some are a metre high. They ...
Date: 15 August 2016
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11. East Mersea looking southeast, with East Road going up from centre to left and North Farm Lane from centre to bottom left (to Colchester Oyster Fishery).
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12. East Mersea School in the 1930s.
L-R 1: Phyllis Richer 2: Joyce Marriage 3: Elsie Goodrum 4: Harold Johnson 5: Maurice Johnson 6: Charles Farthing 7: ...
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13. Home Farm, East Mersea. The farmhouse was demolished in the 1950s, roof tiles from the house were re-used on the present bungalow. Postcard 101902.
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14. East Mersea Hall.
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15. The Bungalows, Sunny Beach, East Mersea. This became known as Coopers Beach. The chalets were replaced by caravans by 2000.
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16. Cosway's Caravan Site in East Mersea was developed in the 1950s.
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17. Scholars' Presentation. On Saturday afternoon, April 15, in the Schoolroom at East Mersea, Mrs A. Martin was presented by scholars, past and present, of East ...
Date: 22 April 1939
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18. Mr & Mrs Baker aboard the PANDORA - but who were the twins? See "A Link with Mehalah".
A Link with Mehalah.
The two boys in sailor suites, ...
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19. Deremy's Stone, or is it? by Hugh Glover.
Top photo - A moment of ceremony - Dr Grant unveils the stone.
Left photo: John Bennett. ...
Date: 31 January 1975
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20. East Mersea Post - Army Duty Roster. 16 December 1916 to 19 December 1916.
9.45pm Sentry reported fire about 400 yds. On investigation it proved to be a ...
Date: 17 December 1916
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21. East Mersea Churchyard Plan
Date: June 2019
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22. Plaque in East Mersea Parish Church
Rev. Mr John Tickell bequeathed to East Mersea, Two Hundred Pounds after Mrs Tickell's death, in the following ...
Date: 22 September 1802
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23. East Mersea Church
Back Martin Dence, Albert Dennis, J. Sunnucks
Centre Anne Leggett, Hilda Leggett, Colin Dence, Andrew Sunnucks
Front Julia ...
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24. 1st East Mersea Brownie Pack.
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25. Cross and owl in East Mersea church.
"1st Mersea Guides founder, Kate Cotton is buried at East Mersea Church. Also, a member of the Sheppard family (the ...
Date: 12 April 2016
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26. Wedding of Graham and Georgie Hewes, East Mersea Church.
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27. The original part of "Old Ship Cottage", seen from the main road. It is on the north side of East Road, East Mersea, just before the 'Dormy' houses.
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28. The "Dog and Pheasant" Inn, East Mersea - where the old yields pride of place to the new, as though wishing to retire, after so many centuries of service, from ...
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29. Old Ship Cottage, East Mersea - the way it looked in the 1960s before the thatch was replaced with tiles and huge patio doors fitted at the front by ...
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30. Old Ship Cottage, East Mersea. The extension that was added in the late 1930s when Arthur Greenwood was sure war was coming soon - the work was done by Mr May ...
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